Contains one bottle of each:
2019 The Benefits of Solitude, Red Wine
The Benefits of Solitude Red Wine is comprised of 53% Cinsault, 38% Pinot Noir, 7% Grenache, and 2% Mourvèdre sourced from some of our favorite vineyards in northern California. Harvested in late September and early October, our winemaking team was stoked for the cooler season that allowed for longer hang time and development of complexity at lower alcohols. To allow for gentle extraction and smooth as hell tannin structure, we fermented the Pinot Noir partial whole cluster, lightly pressed the Cinsault and foot stomped the Mourvèdre and Grenache in true Tank fashion. Aged in neutral oak for two years and bottled in mid-December, this is a wine you'll want in your line-up year-round.
Softcore, Carbonic Red Wine
With a medium body in the glass, the first thing you'll notice when you smell this wine is the spice. White pepper and celery salt intermingle with ripe cherry aromas. Once deep (but not too deep) inside your mouth, flavors of wild cherries and blackberries wash over your tongue with a satiny texture and reveal notes of oak, earth, and...like...Chicago-style hot dogs...c'mon, that's sexy. The finish lingers, leaving you with a desire for more with every sip.
Softcore is satisfying on its own, but extremely versatile when it comes to food. It pairs well with everything from risotto, to rare chateaubriand, chocolate truffles...and Chicago-style hot dogs. Honestly, we've loved slightly chilling the wine.
2020 Lonely Hearts Club, Red Wine
To our OG Tank folk who loved Like You Stole It or Dark Science, this is the wine for you. Lonely Hearts Club will take you on a mind-bending, experimental journey through Strawberry Fields Forever. Prepare for a swirling kaleidoscope of a strawberry pop tart, rose water, and watermelon accentuated by dragon fruit and marjoram. It reminds us of dry desert winds. With mouthwatering acidity and microfine tannins, this El Dorado blend is begging for funky food to pair with a lonely (or broken) heart.